Sunday, November 10, 2013

Do Hollywood Actors Take Steroids ?

The often of Hollywood Transformations are always making people wonder whether Hollywood celebrities are taking steroids in order to get ready for action movies and stuff. The answer is of course: 

Yes, Hollywood celebrities are using steroids more often than not. 

"When I was young I thought that money was the most important thing in life; now that I am old I know that it is."
- Oscar Wilde 

Dwayne Johnson is a perfect example of steroid usage in Hollywood

If you think Sylvester Stallone looks like that thanks to his workouts think again !

Let's be logical for a second and focus on the following FACTS:

Hollywood celebrities are famous for abusing drugs.
Hollywood celebrities can afford medical control and highquality pharmacy grade steroids.
Hollywood celebrities are making millions of dollars. 

Do you think Hollywood boys and girls will be afraid to use a little bit of  "muscle medicine" to get ready for roles paying millions ? 

It's seems highly unlikely. '

Chris Hemsworth (Thor Star) gained 20lbs of "pure, lean, hardcore muscle" in 3 months in order to get ready for his role as Thor. Guess what? Pretty much anybody out there can tell you that gaining 20 lbs of lean muscle in 3 months is impossible without the usage of steroids. I believe that most "muscle experts" would agree that 20lbs of muscle would require pretty much a year to be gained if you are new to training. If you have been training for more than a year already than you won't gain 20 lbs of muscular mass even in 5+ years. Your body simply does not have the hormones to support more muscle and all you caloric excess is being stored as fat tissue. In case you are some of those ignorant newbies who believe the fairy tales of people like Mark Rippetoe who promote excessive bulking and stupid books I advise you to look at this: 

The Bigger, The Better

As stated in this article

"Steroids and Hollywood have a long, intertwined history, dating back to the performance-enhanced Venice Beach bodybuilding culture of the 1970s and 1980s. As admitted juicer Arnold Schwarzenegger went from starring in the muscle documentary “Pumping Iron” to becoming the world’s top box office draw, a new entertainment formula was established: More cartoonish beef, more profit."

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'I went from 165 to 212 pounds,' said Wahlberg to the Hollywood Reporter. 'It was a lot of work and a lot of eating, but that's what the part required, so that's what I had to do.'

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